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Vess L Ossman - Way Down South


Published December 15, 1906


A particularly nice example of ragtime-era banjo picking by Vess L Ossman. "Way Down South" was recorded in December of 1906. With piano accompaniment. This is from the 78rpm disk, and the beginning is a bit noisy.


Source Original 78rpm disk (Victor 16755) digitized by old78collector
Run time 2:56

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